Wendy Williams says she’s going to be focusing on herself along with her health as she returns to her daytime talk show on Monday.
Sitting down with not bad Morning America for an interview in which will air just hours ahead of her first day back, the 53-year-old talk show host opens up about her battle with Graves’ Disease, her unexpected hiatus by her self-titled show along with her plans for the future.
In a clip by the upcoming interview, via People, Williams says in which she feels women have a tendency to care for everyone along with everything else in their lives before themselves — along with she’s tired of This kind of.
“We, as women, particularly if we have families, you know, we’re taking care of children, we’re taking care of, you know, our home, our husbands, we take care of everybody yet ourselves,” Williams tells GMA anchor Amy Robach. “along with This kind of’s actually unfortunate.”
“in which can be something in which has no socioeconomic thing to This kind of,” she continues. “No matter what the woman’s status can be, This kind of seems like we’re all inside the same boat.”
“We take care of ourselves last,” Robach chimes in.
“Yeah!” Williams responds. “I’m not doing in which anymore, Amy. Wendy first!”
On Feb. 21, Williams told viewers of The Wendy Williams Show in which her doctor ordered her to take a three-week break due to her battle with hyperthyroidism along with Graves’ disease.
According to the Mayo Clinic, Graves’ disease can be “an immune system disorder in which results inside the overproduction of thyroid hormones.” Symptoms include weight loss, anxiety, irritability, tremors in hands, bulging eyes, fatigue along with heat sensitivity.
Williams told her viewers in which This kind of feels like there are “birds swimming around my head, like a cartoon.” She further quipped, “Like I’m constantly high — yet not high.”
While she was gone, Jerry O’Connell filled in as guest host, along with the actor revealed on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen last week what has been the hardest part of filling in for the outspoken TV personality.
“The hardest thing I think can be having to live up to her expectations,” O’Connell shared. Here’s more of his interview with Cohen: